Mother of the Groom
October 02, 2012
Planning a wedding can be a very stressful and emotional roller coaster ride for almost everyone involved. There are dozens upon dozens of books and websites that cater to helping the bride and her family prepare for this momentous occasion. As a future mother of the groom, I find myself wondering what role my son and his family will play once the wedding planning process really kicks off.
As luck would have it, the Library has been a great place to start my quest for information. With a little searching, I was able to find several books devoted to the mother of the groom, not to mention, the groom himself. As I am learning, wedding planning can be such a daunting task, but if everyone is well informed and ready to take on their role in the planning process, there no doubt will be a beautiful and memorable wedding just around the corner.
Below are some of the books that I have found to help guide my son and I along the way. With all the information MCPL has available, I hope there will be something to help you plan your special day as well!
- Mother of the Groom: Everything You Need to Know to Enjoy the Best Wedding Ever by Sharon Naylor
- The Complete Mother of the Groom: How to be Graceful, Helpful, and Happy During This Special Time by Sydell Rabin
- Occasional Therapy for the Wedding: 9 Sessions for Your Sanity and Survival by Ellyn Gamberg
- Groomgroove.com Presents Don’t Screw Up Your Bride’s Wedding: A Groom’s Guide to Surviving the Most Important Day of Your Wife’s Life by Michael Arnot
- The Engaged Groom: You’re Getting Married, Read This Book 1st edition by Doug Gordon
- The Clueless Groom’s Guide: More Than Any Man Should Ever Know About Getting Married by Peter Van Dijk
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